Mercedes-Benz GL-Class alternatives
Latest model: Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Grand Edition 2011
Even more visually expressive and with an even more elegant and convenient dashboard, Mercedes-Benz presents the new Mercedes-Benz Gl-class Grand Edition. This distinctive, new special edition of the off-roader comes as traditional with a level of spaciousness and convenience that is on a par with a luxury saloon. Features reserved exclusively for the Grand Edition designation include special light-alloy wheels with 275/50 R 20 tyres, luxury, two-tone leather seatings in a new layout, and wood trim in black ash. The special Grand Edition model also provides an array of luxury add-on equipment and is available with all the engines in the Mercedes-Benz Gl-class line-up.
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The exclusive front end of the Grand Edition is unmistakeable: dark-tinted headlamps, a radiator grille with black, high-gloss louvres and a refactored front bumper with integrated LED daytime running lamps define the special model. Light-alloy wheels in himalayas grey metallic - with a high-sheen finish also available as an feature - add further exclusivity. There are other visual highlights too, such as metallic paint finishes, heat-insulating and infrared-reflecting laminated glass all round, aluminium-look running boards with rubber studs, and separated exhaust tailpipe trim.
The dashboard of the Mercedes-Benz Gl-class accommodates up to seven occupants in convenience with an exceptional level of spaciousness, creating the premium atmosphere you would expect from Mercedes-Benz - in this case comparable to the S-class. For the Grand Edition, Mercedes-Benz has refined the dashboard further, especially via the use of stylish materials. Exclusive attributes include two-tone seatings (black/porcelain or black/maroon) in leather (or in nappa leather as an option) with a special piping layout and contrasting stitching.